Week In Review: Amazon; Wylie; Apple; B&N; Forrester

As you head off to the weekend, here is a roundup of this week’s eBook news.
Authors said that $1.99 and $2.99 price points helped sell books. Most people agreed that $12.99 is too high a price.
The Wylie Agency entered the digital publishing business and struck an exclusive deal with Amazon. Random House, Macmillan and indie bookstores were not pleased.
Amazon reported its earnings and said that eBooks are outselling hardcovers on its site.
Stieg Larsson sold more than a million eBooks.
Forrester reported that 30 million people in the U.S. will own eReaders by 2015.
Barnes & Noble released a Nook app for Android.
Apple started giving away bumpers for the iPhone 4.
We showed you a video demo of the Kindle app on the iPhone 4.